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Vol. 112 No. 32 • Thursday, August 1, 2013 • Silver Lake, MN 55381
Pola-Czesky Days starts Friday
By Alyssa Schauer Staff Writer It’s August — which means Pola-Czesky Days is here! The 44th-annual PolaCzesky Days celebration begins this Friday, Aug. 2, and runs through Sunday, Aug. 4. The celebration begins with a kickball tournament at the softball fields at 7 p.m. and of course, the infamous toilet bowl races, sponsored by the Silver Lake Civic Association, also at 7 p.m. Registration for the toilet bowl races begins at 6 p.m. Friday, between First Community Bank and the Silver Lake American Legion. During the races, the 2013-14 PolaCzesky grand marshals will be announced. Also on Friday evening, the band “DiamondBack” returns for a street dance held in the auditorium parking lot, beginning after the toilet bowl races. Saturday of Pola-Czesky Days begins with a volleyball tournament is set to begin Silver Lake Leader file photo by Alyssa Schauer at 8 a.m. at the sports complex and the The 44th annual Pola-Czesky Days celebration is set to kickball tournament continues, beginning begin this Friday, Aug. 3, with the infamous toilet bowl at 9 a.m. at the softball field. The flea marraces at 7 p.m. A street dance will follow at 8:30 p.m. Six ket and craft sales at Legion Park begin at young women will be vying for one of two titles for Silver 10 a.m. The annual kiddie parade sponsored by Lake Ambassador. The 2012-13 royalty are, in front, junior royalty Alex Oestreich and Emily Larsen. In the back are the GFWC Silver Lake Women’s Club Princess Chrissy Helmbrecht and Queen Kayla Scher- starts at 10 a.m. in the front of the Silver Lake Auditorium. In the case of rain, the mann. parade will be held under the big tent. The categories for the parade are “Movies/TV,” “Storybook” and “Original.” First and second prizes will be awarded for each category, and each participant will receive a goodie bag. The participants who bring an item for the food shelf will receive a coupon for a free sno cone from the Faith Presbyterian food stand. Kiddie games are set to follow the parade in Legion Park, beginning at 10:20 a.m. At 12:30 p.m. Saturday, the Kids’ Pedal Pull will begin on Main Street, and by the tent, a bean bag tournament will be held, beginning at 1 p.m. Also at 1 p.m., the classic car show begins on Main Street, west of Legion Park. From 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Tony Kadlec will be hosting a “History of Silver Lake” round table discussion in the basement of Holy Family Church. At 1:30 p.m., the annual MN-Mini-E tractor pull with stock and modified classes, will be held on Main Street in front of the Silver Lake American Legion. The annual polka Mass is set for 7 p.m. in Legion Park. Bring your lawn chairs. At 8:30 p.m., the royalty ball and street dance will begin, with “The Rhythm Kings” performing. Fireworks also will be on display Saturday evening, starting at 10 p.m. There is a full schedule of events for Sunday, Aug. 3 also, beginning with an outdoor community worship service with Faith Presbyterian Church and Grace Bible Church in Legion Park at 9 a.m. Bring a lawn chair. The Silver Lake Lions are hosting its annual pork chop dinner on Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m. under the big tent. A bike giveaway and music is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. at Legion Park. At 1 p.m., the annual Pola-Czesky Days parade begins, with over 50 units registered. Following the parade, Grace Bible Church is hosting a free ice cream social in Legion Park. The Pola-Czesky royalty coronation is set for 3 p.m. in the Silver Lake Auditorium. Six young women are vying for one of the two Silver Lake Ambassador titles, including Becca Green, Brianna Nemec, Kallyssa Klatt, Jamie Kosek, Morgan Rumrill, and Claire Wraspir. A street dance will begin in the auditorium parking lot at 3 p.m., with the “Prairie Rose Band” performing. At 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, the Silver Lake Fire Department will hold the drawing for its raffle. First prize is $200; second, $100; and third,
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Environmental problem-solving
By Alyssa Schauer Staff Writer magine heading west, to the mountainous state of Colorado for six days of work — work that includes an early hike to see the sunrise along the Continental Divide, a tour of an old mine, and a journey through the scenic Loveland Pass of the Rocky Mountains. Glencoe-Silver Lake High School teachers Richard Smith and Terry Becker did just that. They headed to Silverthorne, Colo. at the end of June for a career development opportunity about bringing environmental issues into the classroom. Smith, a science teacher at GSL, said the trip was sponsored by 3M, which meant very little in costs for him and Becker. “Three years ago, I read in the Herald Journal that Lester Prairie received a similar grant for a trip like this, so I contacted Jan Johnson, who was employed in HR (human resources) at 3M, and she had told me about this opportunity to Colorado,” Smith said. The pair joined 37 other teachers from all over the
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United States, including three from Minnesota and one from Canada, for a six-day workshop at the Keystone Institute. Smith and Becker said the instructors set up a “mock scenario” of an environmental issue. “They created a fake town, Silver Springs, and gave us an issue to resolve. All we knew was that people in this ‘fake town’ were getting sick. It was 25 percent of the town’s population that were ill, but no tourists. We were given their symptoms, which included fever and diarrhea — very similar to the symptoms of food poisoning,” Smith said. He added that it was a “problem-solving workshop” that catered to many disciplines of teaching, including language arts, social studies, math and science. “We knew it was an issue with water contamination, and from there, we all worked together to find the culprit,” Smith said. Becker said the group had to work its way through the scenario, test the water quality in the city and find the cause and effect of the illness on the townspeople.
“We had to test all of our theories, so we actually went out and screened water for insects, and in the classroom, we tested the water for chemicals and took samples of contaminated waters. Everything was simulated. It was interesting,” Becker said. He said the instructors had all the materials and labs ready for the group to solve the problem. “I was very impressed at how organized everything was,” he said. He added that a large binder was given to each teacher, and was “very well organized” with tabs for each teaching discipline, work sheets, and other methods for problem solving. “Then at the end of the week, it sort of became a drama with us acting,” Smith said. He said he and Becker were given roles as Realtors and others were playing parts of a mayor, business owners, farmers, townspeople, etc. “Once we discovered the problem, then we had to figure out how to solve it as our given roles,” Smith said. He added that the different roles had different ideas of how to remove the contami-
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In June, Glencoe-Silver Lake High School teachers Terry Becker, left, and Richard Smith traveled to Colorado for a six-day workshop on classroom development. The course focused on bringing environmental issues into the classroom. Teachnated waters from the fake city of Silver Springs. “This is a great tool to bring back to the classroom to teach students about working together,” Smith said. “This is the sort of thing that will get the kids to think. To show them that solutions to
ers with a variety of disciplines, including language arts, social studies, math and science traveled to the Keystone Institute from all over the United States and Canada. ing and showed us 10 percent, 1 percent, 1/10 of a percent, etc. It’s something I’ll try to incorporate in my lessons,” Becker said. He added that the scenario
problems are more than ‘my’ view. It shows them that everything has pros and cons,” Smith added. Becker said the workshop taught him how to teach “the powers of 10 more easily. “They had different solutions of water and food color-
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County wheelage approved, sales taxes debated
By Lori Copler and Alyssa Schauer Staff Writers On a 3-2 vote at its meeting Tuesday, the McLeod County Board voted to impose a wheelage tax on licensed vehicles in McLeod County. Discussion revolved around looking for other sources of funding and concerns of the money staying in the county. Commissioners reiterated that the money would stay in the county, and that it was indicated that state and federal funds for roads and highways will not be available. Commissioner Ron Shimanski asked that the County Board look at trimming costs in other departments instead of imposing a tax, and Commissioner Jon Christensen agreed. On a 3-2 vote, however, the County Board voted to impose the wheelage tax, with Shimanski and Christensen the dissenting votes. Commissioners Sheldon Nies, Kermit Terlinden and Paul Wright voted in favor. ***** The commissioners hashed over the possibility of imposing a wheelage tax at a workshop session Thursday morning. The state of Minnesota is extending the potential of wheelage taxes to counties outside the metro area as a means of raising revenues for county road projects. Metro-area counties have had the option of wheelage taxes for several years. Also extended to counties is the possibility of a one-half of 1 percent sales tax, but most of the McLeod County board members seemed loathe to even talk about that option Thursday morning, instead focusing their discussion on the wheelage tax. The County Board held the workshop because a decision on imposing the wheelage tax must be made before Aug. 1 in order to give the Minnesota Department of Revenue time to set up collections of the tax, which would begin Jan. 1 if the board adopts it. According to information provided by the Association of Minnesota Counties, a wheelage tax of $10 per licensed vehicle — excluding motorcycles, mopeds, trailers and semi trailers — could raise a potential $360,000 annually for the county. Highway Department Engineer John Brunkhorst said the collected fee must be dedicated to some aspect of the highway department budget, with projects in the department’s fiveyear plan the most logical choices. Shimanski expressed the most reservations about adopting the tax. A former state legislator, Shimanski said the county could receive more state aid for its roads if the state would stop diverting its transportation dollars. “Too much of the state’s road and bridge funds is getting diverted to (light-rail) trains and transit systems,” said Shimanski. The only way he would like to see the wheelage tax imposed, Shimanski said, is “if it is offset by a tax break on property taxes. The last thing we need to do is impose any new taxes for any reason.” Nies said he agrees with Shimanski that state road and bridge dollars aren’t going where they should, but the county still needs to take care of its own transportation system. “We’re going to be doing this work on our roads no matter what,” said Nies, and a tax or fee for users of the transportation system “is the fairest way” to fund that work. Brunkhorst said that people will be able to see the direct result of their taxes because it goes into the road system. “It goes into bricks and mortar, and doesn’t get buried in some program,” said Brunkhorst.
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In loving memory of
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Continued from page 1 $100; among many other prizes to be given away. The Silver Lake Pool and Parks Organization will hold its raffle at 8 p.m. on Sunday. First prize is $3,000; second, $1,500; third, $500; and fourth through 10th: $100. And, of course, what would Pola-Czesky Days be without the variety of food and beverage choices? From the Silver Lake Knights of Columbus cheese curds to the delectable Sporstmen’s Club hamburgers to the Silver Lake Lions chicken, there’s food for all. This year, the Lions are introducing a new food to PolaCzesky Days — pizza! On Friday and Saturday, the Lions will be selling pizza by the slice under the big tent, and as usual, they will be serving pork chops on Sunday afternoon.
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Larry & JoAnn Ardolf, Kay & Gary Nowak, and families
CenterPoint donation
CenterPoint Energy’s Community Partnership Grant program, a program that awards grants to local communities to fund safety-related equipment and projects, recently surpassed $1 million in donations, including a donation of $1,150 to the City of Silver Lake for turnout gear for the fire department that will be used to serve the community. Above, Mark Spanton, middle, presents the check to Fire Chief Dale Kosek, left, and Mayor Bruce Bebo, right.
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Upcoming Events
Silver Lake seniors to meet
The Silver Lake Seniors Citizens Club will meet on Monday, Aug. 12, at 1 p.m. in the Silver Lake Auditorium.
Weather Corner
By Jake Yurek
The weather gods will be shining on Pola-Czesky Days this year as we are in store for nearly perfect weather to end the week. We experienced a stretch of very cool July weather over the past few days and even got close to setting record low highs on Saturday. We have moderated back up early this week, but no real heat wave is in sight as a cold low pressure system to our northeast keeps pumping in fresh “cooler than normal” air. Highs to end the week into the weekend should remain in the mid 70s to low 80s. Our best shot of late week rain will come in late Thursday into Friday morning with perhaps a passing shower or brief thunderstorm. Behind the weak system, things turn very nice for the big celebration weekend with highs in the mid 70s, little moisture and, basically, no chance of the big storm that always seems to hit at some point of Pola-Czesky weekend. Taking a look at the extended shows a warming trend trying to push into the area by early next week. Have a great weekend all, celebrate safely! Ma dobry weekendem Mit dobry vikend Wednesday night — Lows 52-58; clear. Thursday — Highs 76-82; lows 56-62; clear/night thunder or shower. Friday — Highs 74-80; lows 53-60; early shower/mostly clear. Saturday — Highs 72-78; lows 53-60; mostly clear. Sunday — Highs 72-79; mostly clear. Weather Quiz: What are average highs/lows and weather for August? Answer to last week’s question: What are some of August’s weather extremes? Highest temperature was 103 degrees (Aug. 15, 1936); lowest temperature, 39 degrees (Aug. 19, 1967); most precipitation 7.28 inches (Aug. 30, 1977). Remember, I make the forecast not the weather!
Pola-Czesky Polka Mass set
The annual Pola-Czesky Days Polka Mass is set for Saturday, Aug. 3, at 7 p.m., in the Legion Park in Silver Lake. Bring your lawn chair.
Outdoor community worship
Faith Presbyterian Church and Grace Bible Church of Silver Lake will be hosting an outdoor community worship service in the Silver Lake city park on Sunday, Aug. 4, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend. In the event of inclement weather, the service will be held at Grace Bible Church, next to the city water tower.
Firearm safety classes set
The annual firearm safety classes are set for Monday, Aug. 12, to Saturday, Aug. 17, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each evening. The classes are open to anyone ages 12 and older. Call Leon Pesina at 320-327-3120 with any questions.
Degree of Honor to meet
Degree of Honor No. 182 will hold a meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at 5 p.m., with a catered meal in the Silver Lake Auditorium. The meeting will follow the meal.
Dining site birthday party
The Silver Lake senior dining site will hold its August birthday party on Friday, Aug. 16, in the Silver Lake Auditorium. The menu includes salisbury steak, parslied whole potatoes, squash, bread with margarine and blushing pears. There will be bingo.
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Plato Lions burger night
The Plato Lions are hosting a burger night on Friday, Aug. 16, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Plato Park. Music will be provided by Community Strings, starting at 5:30 p.m. Bring your own chairs. Proceeds go to local projects.
Menu
Aug. 5-9 Silver Lake Senior Nutrition Site Monday — Hamburger, ovenbaked potatoes, corn, bread, margarine, rhubarb sauce, low-fat milk. Tuesday — Taco, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fresh fruit, tortilla, sour cream, pudding, low-fat milk. Wednesday — Chicken paprika, brown rice, mixed vegetables, peaches, cream puff dessert, low-fat milk. Thursday — Pork loin, whole parslied potatoes, carrots, dinner roll, margarine, poke cake, low-fat milk. Friday — Italian meat sauce, spaghetti noodles, lettuce, dressing, green beans, garlic bread, margarine, ice cream, low-fat milk.
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The GFWC Silver Lake Women’s Club again will be sponsoring the annual kiddie parade during Pola-Czesky Days on Saturday, Aug. 3, starting at 10 a.m. Categories for the parade remain the same as last year: “Movie/TV,” “Original” and “Storybook.” First and second prizes will be awarded for each category. Pre-registration forms for the parade can be found in the Silver Lake Leader office or First Community Bank. Entrants are to come to the front of the Silver Lake Auditorium to register. Pre-registration is not necessary, but helpful. Each child who enters will receive a goodie bag and beverage at the end of the parade. Children who bring an item for the food shelf will receive a coupon for a free sno cone at the Faith Presbyterian food stand. The parade is sponsored by the GFWC Silver Lake Women’s Club. Please call 320-327-2249 or 320-3272783 with any questions. In case of rain, the parade will be held under the tent.
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There are reasons for all those new gray hairs
I’m pretty sure I grew at least 10 or 12 new gray hairs over the weekend. And would you believe the stress that caused this hair growth was once again Jeep-related? I bet you’re all thinking it’s time to get a new(er) vehicle, but believe it or not, this latest fiasco was all me. I had spent the weekend running around with wedding errands, as my cousin, Tina Mickolichek, was married on Saturday. As a bridesmaid, there’s a lot of work to be done concerning hair, nails, shoe shopping and other errands. Needless to say, it was a great, fun-filled weekend, and to “de-stress” from the week’s demanding schedule, I headed north to Merrifield on Sunday to spend the night at my friend Sarah’s parents’ campground. Luckily, this unusually cool, July weather subsided, and we spent the day on the boat in the sun on North Long Lake. On Monday morning, we headed for home, to Sarah’s place in Minneapolis, where I left my vehicle. As I threw my tote bag and suitcase into the Jeep, getting ready to head home to get to work for the afternoon, I dug into the front pocket of my over-sized purse for the keys — only to come up emptyhanded. “That’s weird,” I thought, and searched three other pockets in the purse for the key ring with the square ignition key and the round key to unlock the doors, only to find loose change, gum wrappers, and a few bobby pins.
The Travel Section
By Alyssa Schauer
Sarah headed to her car to look for my keys, in the event they fell out of my bag. I felt horrible, as she was busy unpacking into her new apartment and packing to leave for San Diego for a teaching trip at 5 a.m. Tuesday. Immediately, the worst thought that the keys were left at the campground in Merrifield came to my mind, and I had a slight panic attack, before I told myself to calm down and search the glove compartment, center console, the seats, and my suitcases. I tore that Jeep upside down, shaking out the floor rugs, emptying the cassette tapes, extra pens, and bank receipts from the console and flinging the registration, owner’s manual, extra napkins, and insurance cards from the glove compartment. I found a soggy Dorito and an old French fry under the driver’s seat along with a few pennies and three or four lip gloss tubes under the passenger seat ... but no keys. I chucked my make-up bag, jeans, pajamas, phone charger and other miscellaneous items from my suitcase in a frantic search, and turned the pockets of my jeans inside-out in the hopes to find those two silver keys. In the meantime, Sarah was calling the Chrysler dealership to see how much it would cost to get a key made. “Only $13,” she said excitedly, but then informed me they only have keys on file for vehicles back to 1991. The Jeep is a 1989 model. Cripes. One locksmith quoted $120, which gave me a slight heart attack as I really don’t have the extra cash to spend on copying keys. I just spent that much on a new tire for the Jeep last week! Another said he could do it for $90, or $55 if her parents ended up finding the keys at the campground — we could then send a picture to him for tracing. We called her parents, who were on an eight-mile bike ride into Nisswa, so we had to wait a very long 45 minutes for their return, so that they could search the camper for the keys. In the meantime, I searched the dining room table, end tables, window sills and bathroom counter at Sarah’s, thinking I set them down somewhere. Finally, her parents returned to the campsite, only to inform
us nothing has been found, even after searching the boat. My stress level boiled to an unhealthly level as I fought back tears. I really didn’t want to waste $90 on Jeep keys. How would I fund all my food/beverage purchases at Pola-Czesky Days? I even watched a twominute video on YouTube and scanned instructions on “How to Hotwire Your Car” before deciding I didn’t want to cause any more damage to my vehicle than I had to. After one last look around the Jeep, I told Sarah I was headed out front to search her car. Again. As I ripped up her floor mats, tore open the glove compartment, and ransacked her trunk, my heart sunk as I realized I’d have to forfeit the cash and get keys made. I closed the trunk and headed into her house, when I spotted a shiny reflection in the grass next to the sidewalk. A square key and a round key! I grabbed the keys, jumped in the air, and shouted, “Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!” I never felt so relieved to turn over the ignition and hear that familiar, loud rumbling noise. My goal for the week is to make at least 10 copies of the keys and store them all over Minnesota and Wisconsin. And now I can enjoy a basket of cheese curds and a Sportsman’s burger. Or two or three. Happy Pola-Czesky Days!
Church News
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH 300 Cleveland Ave., Silver Lake Dr. Tom Rakow, Pastor Sat., Aug. 3 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m. Sun., Aug. 4 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 a.m.; community worship service in the park with Faith Presbyterian Church, 9 a.m.; Living Water Puppets in Pola-Czesky parade, 1 p.m.; ice cream cone giveaway following parade. Wed., Aug. 7 — Prayer time, 7 p.m. Sat., Aug. 10 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m.; women’s Bible study, 9 a.m. Sun., Aug. 11 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 a.m.; fellowship and refreshment time, 9 a.m.; pre-service prayer time, 9:15 a.m.; worship service with guest speaker Dr. Tom McCracken, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday school for all ages, 10:35 a.m.; open shooting for Centershot graduates, 11:45 a.m. Mon., Aug. 12 — Church Board meeting, 7 p.m. FAITH PRESBYTERIAN 108 W. Main St., Silver Lake Mark Ford, Pastor Sun., Aug. 4 — Community worship service in the park, 9 a.m. Wed., Aug. 7 — Presbyterian Women’s meeting, 7 p.m. Sun., Aug. 10 — Communion service with fellowship to follow, 10 a.m.; deacon’s meeting afte service; Mariner’s potluck at Bentz cabin. CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY 700 W. Main St., Silver Lake Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Thurs., Aug. 1 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m. Fri., Aug. 2 — Mass, 8 a.m.; First Friday calls. Sat., Aug. 3 — Polka Mass at Legion Park, 7 p.m. Sun., Aug. 4 — Mass, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Tues., Aug. 6 — Mass, 8 a.m.; eucharistic adoration, 8:30 a.m.; meet and greet at St. Mary’s in Winsted, 12:30 p.m. Wed., Aug. 7 — Mass, 5 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 8 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m.
Down Memory Lane
Compiled by Margaret Benz
SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO - AUG. 6, 1938 — The village council purchased a new Fairbanks Morse Co. water lubricated turbine pump and new motor at a cost of $928.52. The new pump has a capacity of 100 gallons per minute and is operated by a 10 h.p. motor. The pump operates on the principle of an auger and turns at high speed. Silver Lake businessmen will give away tickets again this year with cash purchases and money paid on accounts in cooperation with the Community Fair in providing $100 in cash which will be given away at Silver Lake’s 19th annual fair, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. The interior of the Church of St. Joesph has been subjected to a thorough cleaning and will be entirely repainted and redecorated. An addition to the choir loft was made extending it six feet. Ornamental decorations were added in the sacristy. New lighting fixtures and wiring system will add to the attractiveness of the interior. Mrs. Anna Kurtz is having a new 22-by-30foot home built in Chalupsky’s addition. Work has started on a new 24-by-36-foot story and a half residence for Mrs. Anton Krcil in Navratil’s addition. Remodeling work is rapidly nearing completion on the parish house at St. Adalbert’s. A new garage has been built at Pokornowski’s station, which was lately moved across the highway in east Silver Lake. A new fire proof shed is being erected in the area of Svanda’s Hardware Store, replacing several old wooden sheds. Joseph Kaminsky has a rebuilt garage and a full basement for his home on Lake St. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Chalupsky moved into their modern new home on Grove Street. Mert Roger’s used car office fills a vacancy on Main Street. A new 72-by-34-foot barn has just been completed at the Alex Klenicky farm northeast of town. A new 26-by-28-foot residence is being erected at the Adolph Yukl place near the Minnesota-Western tracks. Richard Makovsky made a sizeable addition to the barn on his farm south of town. Three youth, Bill Kegler of Winsted, Richard Swendra, and LeRoy Wawrzyniak, only received several face and head injuries when the car in which they were riding at high speed ran off the road and turned over Sunday afternoon south of Silver Lake. John Gregor, 63, died Saturday evening at his home in Hutchinson. Funeral services were held from the Hutchinson Methodist Church on Monday afternoon. Frank Wesely, 69, died Tuesday, Aug. 2, at Dr. Holm’s Hospital, Glencoe. Funeral services will be held on Friday, Aug. 5, at the Church of St. Joseph. Joseph Zaruba, 71, died Tuesday, Aug. 2, at his home in Hassan Valley. Funeral services will be held on Friday, Aug. 5, from the Church of St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nowak mourn the loss of their infant son born on July 29 and died two hours later. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at St. Adalbert’s Church. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ogitzak on July 29. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Plihal are the parents of a son born on Aug. 3. FIFTY YEARS AGO - AUG. 1, 1963 — The Citizens State Bank of Silver Lake announces that request for customers’ Social Security numbers will be sent by the bank. A new federal law requires that all banks include identifying numbers on information returns which must be filed with the U. S. Treasury Department. For individuals this will be their Social Security number. On Tuesday afternoon, Cliff Hedlund Sr., westbound on the road northwest of Sherman Station, driving his 1959 Olds, collided with an eastbound Minnesota Western freight train. The car was badly wrecked, but Cliff was not injured. Cyril Navratil, Standard Oil distributor, announces that the Print O Meter is here, which when he delivers heating oil to your home and farm, it will show the number of gallons delivered, machine printed. Earl Zrust has a three-bedroom rambler with attached double garage on a large lot for sale. Mrs. Charles Koktan Sr., 72, passed away on Thursday July 25, at the Glenhaven Nursing Home, Glencoe. Funeral services were held on Monday, July 29, at the St. George Church in Glencoe. Dorothy Stibal and Michael Splittgerber were united in marriage on Tuesday, April 30, at the St. Joseph Church. On Saturday, June 8, Phyllis Klima became the bride of Clyde Morris at the Congregational Church. At St. Mary’s Church of Long Lake, Michigan on Saturday, July 6, Geraldine Peplinski and Alfred Pavlish were united in marriage. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO - AUG. 4, 1988 — The 19th annual Pola-Czesky celebration begins this Friday night and continues through Sunday, Aug. 5-7. New this year is a giant 50-by-170-foot tent, which will be located next to the auditorium. Pola-Czesky Junior Royalty candidates include Karla Klaustermeier, Melanie Chalupsky, Mandy Cacka, Ben Shimanski, Ricky Boys, and Matthew Klima. Eight young ladies are vying for the title of Miss Pola-Czesky. Candidates are Alicia Cafferty, Eve Barton, Karen Hlavka, Lisa Lhotka, Tricia Lhotka, Heather Mikolichek, Shelly Pokornowski and Lisa Nowak. Coronation ceremonies for Miss Pola-Czesky and Junior King and Queen will take place on Sunday evening, Aug. 7, at the Silver Lake High School Auditorium. Sunday, July 30, a near all-time record was set as the temperature climbed to a record 106 degrees. Mike Stifter, a player on the Silver Lake High School football team, will be the starting guard on the Outstate All-Star Football team. Dan Tschimperle, assistant coach of the Silver Lake football team, will help coach the Outstate team. The game will be played on Saturday, Aug. 6, at Parade Stadium. The Silver Lake Fire Department responded to a peat fire at the Edward Kulinski farm on Sunday afternoon, July 30. Mrs. John Chmielewski, 86, passed away on Wednesday, July 20, at the Foley Nursing Home. Funeral services were held on Saturday, July 23, from the St. John’s Catholic Church, Foley.
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Teachers
Continued from page 1 also showed the teachers how to portray the different numbers on the Richter Scale and how to teach logarithms. “They also demonstrated parts per million by giving us a container of one million beads. 900,000 of them were blue, nine thousand of them were a different color, and 900 were another color, and so on, and then there was one black bead in that mix we had to find,” Becker said. “It was a great way to show quantities,” he added. “That demonstration was also to show us that some things, like certain bacteria can be 100 per million, and not harm us, but that one bead per million could kill us,” Smith said. He said the institute will send kits with these tools to him and Becker for use in the classroom. “One of the most interesting things about this opportunity was seeing how interdisciplinary it could be. Also, working with other teachers around the United States was great, on a networking aspect,” Smith said. “I was impressed with the classes. This was all done for us and really well prepared. We actually got to head to water for testing, and we got to work both inside and outside to solve the issue,” Becker said. Smith said the classes were meant to highlight key issues in the United States, especially environment and economics. “One of the most interesting things I learned was that when the early settlers were first mining in Colorado, they just dug a hole, deep into the ground, but then they found gold in the rivers. They would dredge the whole river panning for gold,” he said. “The Blue River was dredged to nothing, and now? That’s pretty much manmade,” Smith said. Becker said the workshop focused a lot on sustainability — making choices regarding ethics, environment and economics. “When we had to role play as Realtors, our solutions to solve the problem included getting rid of the contaminated water, selling land and moving people into the city, whereas the farmers were concerned about how the contaminated water was going to get removed. “In the end, we found out that it was a tainted well, where someone disposed of chemicals illegally, and we had to locate other affected wells. So we all had to brainstorm on how to solve the issue,” Smith said. He and Becker said they were given choices to “excavate the area, use bioremediation, a 100 percent natural way to remove contaminated soils, vitrification, which is an electroshock method to remove the contaminated water, incinerate the contamination or contain it.” “It was really interesting. Some methods were more costly, such as the vitrification, and others were not time-efficient, such as bioremediation. You thought about the best method as your given role,” Smith said. “It was a really, really good group of people to work with. I’d definitely like to incorporate a similar town meeting for students for sure. It really made an impact on real-life situations. My job is to always get the kids to think,” Smith said. Becker said the workshop also included a tour to the Country Boy Mines, an early morning hike to see the sunrise along the Continental Divide, and a visit to the Loveland Pass. “It was a great time. Definitely well worth it,” Becker said.
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SECTION 00 11 00 REQUEST FOR BIDS BID OPENING Contractor's sealed Proposals for the 2013 Track and Field Event Resurfacing will be received by the Independent School District No. 2589, Glencoe, Minnesota, until 2:00 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013 at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, in Glencoe, Minnesota, in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by Architects Rego + Youngquist, Inc., 7601 Wayzata Boulevard, St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55426. Bids will be opened publicly and read aloud at the above time and place. Bids received after 2:00 pm will be returned unopened. A single bid will be received on all divisions of the project. Envelopes containing bids must be sealed, marked on the lower left-hand corner "Sealed Bid Enclosed" with the name and address of the bidder and the date and hour of the opening and addressed to the attention of Business Manager Michelle Sander: Board of Education Independent School District 2589 1621 East 16th Street Glencoe, Minnesota 55336 BID SECURITY Each bidder must accompany his Proposal with a Cashier's Check, Bid Bond or Certified Check equal to 5% of the amount of the Proposal payable to the Owner as a guarantee of prompt execution of the Contract in accordance with the Proposal and Contract Documents, and that he will furnish bond acceptable to the Owner covering performance of the Contract. Copies of the Drawings, Specifications and other Contract Documents are on file at the Architect's office and at the following offices: Minneapolis Builders Exchange 1123 Glenwood Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55405 St. Paul Builders Exchange 445 Farrington Street St. Paul, MN 55103 St. Cloud Builders Exchange 110 6th Avenue South St. Cloud, MN 56301 Mid Minnesota Builders Exchange 2104 East Highway 12 Willmar, MN 56201 Reed Construction Data www.reedconnect.com or www.reedbulletin.com District Office Independent School District 2589 1621 East 16th Street Glencoe, Minnesota 55336 McGraw Hill Construction (Dodge) c/o Thomas Reprographics 801 2nd Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55405 Isqft Planroom Franz Reprographics 2781 Freeway Boulevard Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 DOCUMENT AVAILABILITY Prime Contractors may obtain one set of documents from the architect upon deposit of the amount noted, which will be refunded to all bidders upon return of the documents to the architect in good condition within ten days after receipt of bids. Contractors who do not submit bids will receive refund of one half of their deposit for plans and specifications that are returned within ten days after receipt of bids. Subcontractors or suppliers may purchase the entire set of plans and specifications for a non-refundable cost of $50 plus shipping and handling. Subcontractors or suppliers who desire individual plan sheets or specifications may purchase copies at the non-refundable cost of reproduction and delivery. Complete Construction from: Architects Rego + Youngquist, Inc. 7601 Wayzata Boulevard Minneapolis, MN 55426 Plans and Specification Deposit of $100.00 Refer to Section 01 11 00, Summary of Work, for names, address and telephone and fax number for the respective consultants for the project. Contact the respective consultant for each division of the work for answers to questions regarding the bid documents. Bidders requiring visitation to the site are to contact the Business Manager, Michelle Sander, at (320) 8642496 and make an appointment for the site visitation. BID WAIVER Bids may not be withdrawn within thirty days after the scheduled closing time for receiving bids. The Independent School District 2589, Glencoe, Minnesota, reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularities in bids. Independent School District No. 2589 Glencoe, Minnesota By: Anne Twiss, Clerk (Published in the Silver Lake Leader July 25 & August 1, 2013)
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Music in the Park
Over 310 people attended the fifth evening of the six-week Music in the Park series in Silver Lake. The Rodney Weiers Family and Friends Band (above) performed. From left to right are Cory and Mark Jahnke, Rod Weiers, Bridget Weiers, Mitchell Thompson and Luke Weiers. To the left, Tony Lhotka and daughter, Luna, pose for a quick photo and below are Fritz Schmeling, Dick Nass, and Corrinne Schlueter. The final Music in the Park will be held Thursday, Aug. 1 (tonight) with the Silver Nickel Band performing.
Music in the Park draws crowd; prize winners for July 25 named
Over 310 people enjoyed the fifth evening of the sixweek Music in the Park series on Thursday, July 25, at Silver Lake Legion Park. Rod Weiers Family and Friends Band provided the music, and the Silver Lake Women’s Club GFWC served lunch. The Silver Nickel Band, which includes Thompson family members, will provide music on Thursday, Aug. 1, for the final Music in the Park. Lunch will be served by the Church of the Holy Family CCW and includes seasoned pork patties. Serving starts at 6 p.m. Music will begin at 7 p.m. The following are the prize winners from Thursday, July 25: Donation of $20 to charity of one’s choice and candy from Faith Presbyterian Church, Betty Friedrich; bag of 3M products donated by 3M and Doris Wraspir: Dave Horejsi and Bea Ranzau; Free baskets of cheese curds at Pola-Czesky Days donated by the Silver Lake Knights of Columbus: Robert Sellnow, Gary Nowak, and Tina Dolezal; Wooden eagle donated by Wood Creations, LeRoy and Judy Pokornowski: Harold Nowak; $5 cash donated by the GFWC Silver Lake Women’s Club: Betty Diers; $10 cash donated by Martha Urban: Marjorie Bandas; loaves of banana bread donated by Marjorie Bandas: Marlow Fratzke and Diane Neumann; $5 cash donated anonymously: Ed Hoppe, Susan Fynboh and Trinity Ruzicka; Trellis necklace donated by Joyce Jerabek: Alice Paul; $5 cash donated by Silver Lake Civic Association: Margaret Benz and Alice Nowak; 12pack of pop donated by Silver Lake Liquors: Bill Hlavka and Helen Young; Ten-dollar gift certificate for steak fry donated by Silver Lake American Legion Auxiliary Unit 141: Bruce Bebo; bag of 3M products donated by Wayne and Barb Micka: Wes Greve; Crocheted dishcloth donated anonymously: Roger Ruzicka; six-month subscription to the Silver Lake Leader donated by McLeod Publishing, Inc.: Shelly Greeley; 12pack of pop donated by Ed and Delores Goede: Bernie Kaczmarek; Gift certificate for a free malt or shake donated by Molly’s Cafe: Jamie Kosek; postage stamps donated by DeAnne Fiecke: Becca Green; free hamburger at Pola-Czesky Days donated by Silver Lake Sportsmen’s Club: Ben Lewandowski, Miriam Jilek, and Joanne Samuelson; Ten dollars in cash donated by Pokornowski Trucking: LeAnn Penas Olson and LeRoy Penas; gift certificate at Silver Lake Legion Club donated by Brad’s Sealcoating and Joe Bandas: Ken Emch; Five dollars in cash donated by Silver Lake Degree of Honor: Mark Jahnke; CD donated by Wee Willie Orchestra: Gordy Taffer; Gift bag donated anonymously: Geraldine Hoernemann; a peck of apples donated by Shimanski Orchard: Bernie Zajicek; bag of 3M products donated by Dave and Susie Horejsi: Diane Hlavka; $10 gift certificate toward food and bar at Silver Lake Legion donated by Silver Lake American Legion Post 141: Beverly Roth; Floral arrangement donated by Jean’s Floral: Donald Friauf; $5 cash donated by Western Fraternal Life Lodge Lumir: Crystal Marvan; cookbook donated by Cedar Crest: Claire Wraspir; Free 20-pound cylinder fill donated by Lakes Gas: Sydney Ruzicka; $5 cash donated by Sturges Trucking: Joann Wegscheid; 12-pack of pop donated anonymously: Brianna Nemec; Pola-Czesky gift bag donated by Silver Lake Pola-Czesky royalty: Theresa Otto; Onion and potato storage bag donated by Jeannie Oestreich: Nancy Davis; 12pack of pop donated by L&P Supply: Evonne Kremer and Sandra Enriquez; Baking potato bag, towel and potholder set and two-liter bottle of pop, all donated anonymously: Al Weichman, Teri Wiederholt and Pearl Kloempken;. For the kids’ drawing, the prizes and winners were: Free hamburger at PolaCzesky Days donated by Silver Lake Sportsmen’s Club: Anthony Suess; bag of freeze pops and Play-Doh donated anonymously: Autumn Kaczmarek and Emily Larsen; basket of cheese curds donated by the Silver Lake Knights of Columbus: Aaron Gnerer; Kool-Aid mix and pop rocks and Kool-Aid mix and fruit snacks donated by Beth Nowak: Cadence Anderson and Brandon Dimond; Avon apple-scented hair detangling spray donated by Jeannie Oestreich: Wyatt Guennigsman; Color book and box of markers and color book and crayonds donated anonymously: Noah Falcon and Courtney Larsen; and pop rocks and water enhancer donated anonymously: June Prochaska.
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AUTOMOTIVE
Cars
2007 Pontiac G6 GT 3.5L, V6, red cloth interior, 79,000 miles. $8,950. Call (320) 510-2223.
House
4BR, 2BA restored Plato farmhouse and barn. No smoking/ indoor pets. (612) 562-6608.
REAL ESTATE
Houses
Too small to be effective? You’re reading this one!
NO Rebidding – Goes to Highest Bid.
OPEN HOUSE Mon., Aug. 5 • 5-7 p.m.
103 Century Lane, Silver Lake Meticulously maintained 4BR, 2BA home built in ’01 with walkout basement & fenced in backyard; LL fam room, gas fplce, new roof ’12!. $146,900
Parts, Repair
$$ DOLLARS PAID $$ Junk vehicles, repairable cars/trucks. FREE TOWING. Flatbed/ wrecker service. Immediate pick up. Monday-Sunday, serving your area 24/7. (952) 220-TOWS.
NEW LISTING!
NEW LISTING!
Vacation Condos
Breezy Point timeshare, August 1017, sleeps 6. $1,100/BO. For info call (320) 328-5944. PRICE REDUCTION! $124,900. 2 ACRES, completely renovated, 3BR, 1.5BA, 1,075+ sf with option to finish LL. Oversized 30x40 garage, 9 ft. doors. MUST SEE! 4834 86th Circle, Glencoe. Michael Hartung, realtor, (612) 747-7778, michael.hartung@ermetro.com. EXIT REALTY, Hablo Espanol.
Want To Rent
Want to rent farmland for 2014 and beyond. (320) 510-1604. WANTED: Land to rent and/or custom farm for 2014 and beyond. Contact Rich Elbert (320) 3654342. Young farmer looking for land to rent for 2014 and beyond. Competitive rates and reference available. Call Austin Blad (320) 221-3517.
Trucks, Vans, SUV’s
2000 Montana van, 132K, very good condition, $2,750/BO. (320) 328-5944.
F30La
Put your 1x6 ad in the Silver Lake Leader today.
Call: 320-
900 Hwy. 7, Silver Lake Over 4,000 SF of multi-use commercial building with great Hwy. 7 exposure! New Addition ’08! $179,900
XXX Cty. Rd. 2, Silver Lake Great Development Potential! 41.33 acres directly north of new housing development in Silver Lake. $229,000
Results
Lynne Garbers, GRI, SFR REALTOR®
23 Juniper Street N., Lester Prairie, MN 55354 Cell: 320-224-1623 Email: Lynne@LynneGarbers.com www.LynneGarbers.com
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted
CONKLIN© DEALERS NEEDED! Lifetime career in marketing, management and applying “Green” products made in America. Full time/ part time. For a free catalog call Franke’s Conklin Service now at (320) 238-2370. www.frankemarketing.com. Housekeeper/Caregiver: Female wanted to take care of paralyzed female in private home. Will train. $11.25/hr. Call Kari (507) 426-6000. LABORERS for underground directional drilling construction. Call Rick at (612) 501-6162 or rsteile@mchsi.com.
327-2216
SERVICES
Country home. 4BR, 3BA insulated attached garage, 1 acre, three sheds, garden. Off Highway 15. (320) 587-7746.
Misc. Service
HELP WANTED
UNITED PRAIRIE COOPERATIVE at New Town ND is seeking a Manager of Business Operations. Responsibilities: Manager of Business Operations is responsible for divisional profitability, sales, new product/market development, reporting, purchasing, resale pricing, inventory control, customer service, asset maintenance, environmental compliance, and other duties as assigned by the CEO/General Manager. This supply very successful cooperative is located in NW ND with great recreational opportunities. Company owned housing is available. Email resume to: larry.fuller@chsinc.com CHS National Director of Placement, 5213 Shoal Drive, Bismarck ND 58503 or call 701/220-9775 ARE YOU TOUGH ENOUGH to wear Wylie? $1,000 flatbed signon. Home Weekly. Regional dedicated routes. 2,500 miles weekly. $50 tarp pay. 888/691-5705 www.drive4ewwylie.com ONLY $249 to reach a statewide audience of 3 million readers!!! 1-800-279-2979
CATTLE SALE
LAGRAND SCOTCHCAP ANGUS Ranch. Complete dispersal of 450 Registered and Commercial Fall Calving Cows including some spring calvers, 90 2012 Fall Heifers and 50 Fall Bulls. August 10th at Sioux Falls Regional Worthing Sale barn. High health, performance and phenotype. Past National breeder of the year award. Call for catalogue to Dan Nelson, Manager 701/351-1795 or Duane Pancratz, Owner 605/359-9222, or check website www.lagrandscotchcapranch.com
MISCELLANEOUS
DISH TV RETAILER Starting at $19.99/month (for 12 mos.) & High Speed Internet starting at $14.95/month (where available.) Save! Ask About same day Installation! Call now! 800/297-8706 CANADA DRUG CENTER is your choice for safe and affordable medications. Our licensed Canadian mail order pharmacy will provide you with savings of up to 75% on all your medication needs. Call today 800/259-1096 for $10.00 off your first prescription and free shipping. MEDICAL ALERT for Seniors - 24/7 monitoring. Free equipment. Free shipping. Nationwide service. $29.95/month. Call Medical Guardian today 888/918-3581 DONATE YOUR CAR Truck or Boat to Heritage for the Blind. Free 3 day vacation, tax deductible, free towing, all paperwork taken care of 800/439-1735
Mobile Homes
1993 Liberty. Glencoe. 3BR. All appliances. Easy finance. (612) 7599161. www.swsales.org.
RENTAL
Apartment
Work Wanted
HANDYMAN: Will do remodeling of kitchens, bathrooms, hanging doors and windows, painting, sheet rocking, texturizing or any minor repairs inside or outside. Will also do cleaning of basements/garages. Call (320) 848-2722 or (320) 5831278.
CUSTOM LOG SAWING- Cut at your place or ours. White oak lumber decking and firewood. Give Virgil a call. Schauer Construction, Inc. (320) 864-4453. Professional Caretakers on personal basis with reasonable rates. Interior and exterior scheduled cleaning, pet care, grounds keeping, maintenance, bobcat work, debris removal. Matt and Mary (320) 510-2211.
AUTOS WANTED
CASH FOR CARS: All cars/trucks wanted. Running or not! Top dollar paid. We come to you! Any make/ model. Call for instant offer: 800/871-9145
MISCELLANEOUS
GUARANTEED INCOME for your retirement. Avoid market risk & get guaranteed income in retirement! Call for free copy of our safe money guide plus annuity quotes from A-rated companies! 800/631-4558
2BR Apartment with garage, water / sewer / garbage included. $450/mo. New Auburn (320) 3272928.
Start Planning:
August 22-24, 2013
Chronicle/Advertiser
716 East 10th St. • P.O. Box 188 Glencoe, MN 55336 320-864-5518
Place your ad in the Silver Lake Leader and receive a FREE GARAGE SALE SIGN. Also included will be an advertisement for the garage sale days in the Glencoe Advertiser.
Deadline to place your ad is Aug. 13.
Ads will appear in the Aug. 15 Silver Lake Leader, unless otherwise requesting another day. Place your ad at either location:
Silver Lake LEADER
104B Lake Ave. • P.O. Box 343 Silver Lake, MN 55381 320-327-2216
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Silver Lake Leader photo by Lori Copler
Ground broken for new facility
McLeod County had a groundbreaking ceremony for its new highway maintenance facility, to be located at the intersection of State Highway 7 and Falcon Avenue (County State Aid Highway 15), east of Silver Lake, on Wednesday morning, July 24. From left to right are Elvis Voigt, county maintenance superintendent, Commissioner Ron Shimanski, County Highway Engineer John Brunkhorst, commissioners Kermit Terlinden, Paul Wright and Jon Christensen; Jerry Hagen of Hagen, Christensen & McIlwain, architects for the facility; and Jody Schultz, Rollie Radtke, Nate Miller and Gregg Machemehl, all of RAM Construction.
Pola-Czesky Days
Silver Lake Pola-Czesky Royalty Welcomes you to the 2013 Pola-Czesky Days. Queen Kayla Schermann, Princess & Miss Congeniality Chrissy Helmbrecht, Junior King Alex Oestreich, and Junior Princess Emily Larsen.
SILVER LAKE’S 44TH ANNUAL
August 2, 3 & 4
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Bring the Family and Join the Fun!
Silver Lake is located 43 miles west of Mpls. on Hwy. 7
GREAT STREET PARADE SUNDAY
BEGINS AT 1 PM
Begins at east end of main street, ends at swimming pool.
Kickball Tournaments All Weekend
(Gary Kosek, 507-351-4272) Silver Lake City Field
Silver Lake Fire Department Raffle
1st Prize - $200.00 2nd Prize - $100.00 3rd Prize - $100.00 & Many Other Prizes (Todd Konen, 327-2714) Drawing will be at 6:30 pm Sunday, August 4
Silver Lake Pool Raffle
1st Prize - $3,000.00 2nd Prize - $1,500.00 3rd Prize - $500.00 4-10 - $100.00 Each
(Civic - Fire Dept. - Pool/Parks)
(Dale Kosek, 327-2860) Drawing will be at 8:00 pm Sunday, August 4
Saturday, Aug. 3 Trophies Awarded at 5 pm
CAR SHOW
1-6 pm
FIREWORKS DISPLAY
10 pm, Saturday, Aug. 3
Sponsored by: First Community Bank - Silver Lake & City of Silver Lake
Main Street - west side of Legion Park (Bobby Paulson Jr., 320-582-1213)
7 pm Kickball Tournament, Softball field (Gary Kosek, 507-351-4272) 7 pm Toilet Bowl Races, Silver Lake Civic
(Chris Brecht, 320-510-1567)
FRIDAY, AUGUST 2
Legion Park Pavilion - Prelude to Pola-Czesky Days
June 20th ---George Palma Band June 27th ---Wagon Wheelers July 11th ----Alice and the Old Boys July 18th ----Jim’s Brewers July 25th ----Rod & Luke Weiers & Friends Aug. 1st-----Silver Nickel (Thompson Family & Friends)
MUSIC IN THE PARK
After Toilet Bowl Races: On Stage Street Dance & Beer Garden
Music by “DIAMOND BACK BAND” (SL Civic)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3
FLEA MARKET * CRAFTS * SALES
8 am Volleyball Tournament, Sports complex
(John Abraham, 952-212-6821)
Food at 6 pm & music at 7 pm
(Lisa Thompson, 327-2278)
9 am Kickball Tournament, Softball field
(Gary Kosek, 507-351-4272)
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4
9 am Outdoor Community Worship Service, Legion Park, Faith Presbyterian & Grace Bible Churches (Pastor Tom
Rakow, 327-2266)
10 am Kiddie Parade, Auditorium (Dorothy Merrill, 327-2783) 10:20 am Kiddie Games, After Kiddie Parade, Legion Park
(Chris Brecht, 320-510-1567)
12:30 pm Kids’ Pedal Pull, Main Street (Bob Paulson, 327-2800) 1 pm Classic Car Show, Main Street, west side of Legion Park (Bobby Paulson Jr., 320-582-1213) 1 pm Bean Bag Tournament, By the tent
(Harvey Mikolichek, 395-2684)
11 am SL Lions Pork Chop Dinner, Under the tent
(Jim Hlavka, 320-864-4895)
1-4 pm History of Silver Lake Round Table, Holy Family Church basement (Tony Kadlec & Sharon Bandas, 327-3115) 1:30 pm MN-Mini-E Tractor Pull (Stock & Modified), Main Street, front of Legion (SL Legion/Lions & Sportsmen) 7 pm Polka Mass, Legion Park Pavilion (Rodney Wiers, 327-2852) 8:30 pm Royalty Ball, Auditorium Parking Lot – Music by “THE RHYTHM KINGS” – Street Dance & Beer Garden (Silver Lake Legion, 327-2404)
11:30 am Music and Bike Giveaway, after the parade at Legion park (WFLA Lodge, Dean Totushek, 587-4571) 1 pm Parade, (Kari Kaczmarek, 327-3005) 3 pm Royalty Coronation, Auditorium (Joan Paulson, 327-2800) 3 pm Free Ice Cream Social, Legion Park
(Grace Bible Church, Harlan Mielke, 327-3127)
3 pm Auditorium Parking Lot
Music by “PRAIRIE ROSE BAND” – Street
Dance & Beer Garden
(SL Fire Dept.)
FOOD FOR ALL TASTES – ALL THREE DAYS
* Pizza * Popcorn * Polish Sausage * Chicken Dinners * Hamburger Stand * Fried Cheese Curds * Donuts * Cotton Candy * Funnel Cakes * Hot Turkey Sandwiches * Barbeque Rib Sandwiches * Corn Dogs * Turkey Drummies (Fri. & Sat.)* Pork Chops (Sun.) * Ice Cream (Sun.)
PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS
GSL Community Education Holy Family Church/School/CCW Silver Lake Knight of Columbus Silver Lake Pola-Czesky Committee Faith Presbyterian Church Hutchinson Lions Club Silver Lake, Lake Enhancement Assn. Silver Lake Sportsmen’s Club Grace Bible Church Silver Lake Civic Association Silver Lake Legion Post #141 Silver Lake Women’s Club GFWC GSL After Prom Silver Lake Fire Department Silver Lake Lions Sons of the American Legion
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